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by judge michael mason. life without parole means he will die in prison. a sentence the victims in the case simply called appropriate. unnecessary violence. that's how judge michael mason described the attacks carried out by jose garcia, an illegal immigrant who prayed on elderly people. >> bad things, when they happen to good people are met with justice. >> in a statement to the judge, the stepson of mary francis, the only woman murdered in garcia's late night break ins said if ever there was a case to throw away the key, this is it. >> it's the only thing aside from the death penalty, which would make me happy. this will be a death penalty, i think. >> reporter: next to mary francis, the victim who may have suffered the most is ann wolf, a widow living alone when he tied her to a pole in the basement. the thought that kept her going, a planned visit from her daughter. until now, anne wolf had never spoken publicly of her ordeal. >> i did as much exercise as i possibly could and i moved around as much as i could and i, you know, i really ied o get a little bit with it. and
really threw the whole library at him if you will. judge michael mason said that the man didn't deserve to walk again in the -- in society. and he gave him y life without parole, but then he threw another life sentence at him to be served together. so basically he will never, ever get out of prison. judge michael mason said the evidence is just overwhelming to him. he said there is no doubt the man committed the crimes. each case was planned. he said the violence was not necessary. he seemed to take pleasure from causing pain. it shows terror with these women who were left left for dead. it is obvious there was a circle of pain with people involved in the case. the attorney also said that jose garcia was basically responsible for a huge amount of terror over the year in montgomery county. so the news, jose garcia got life without parole plus another life sentence on top of that to be served consecutivively. >> all right, paul wagner reports live in rockville. thank you. >>> and it has been years since one of the biggest events in history. and now you can relive it through pictures. hol
of his life behind bars. judge michael mason handing the illegal immigrant life without parole followed by three consecutive life sentences. in their victim impact statements to the judge, a handful of victims along with family members, the only person rd ered called jose garcia dangerous, cruel, vicious. they implored the judge to showd no leniency. he rained terror on montgomery county, stalking his elderly victims, tieing them up, and leaving them for dead. >> quite candidly, a few more hours, another day, mrs. wolfe might not be here with us because she was in very, very tough shape when she was found. she was luckier and was able to escape more quickly. but he didn't care. he didn't care how he left them. he left as judge mason said, he left these women for dead. he was wanting in total disregard for these people which make the sentence all that much more appropriate. >> garcia never testified at his trial. his attorney says he's a thief, not a murder. the jury found the dna evidence very convincing and convicted the electrician in just an hour and a half of deliberations. brian.
not be deported again. but instead, they should serve the sentence here. >>> judge michael mason, dismissed their claims of innocence. >> we reaffirmed that bad things, when they happen to good people, they are met with justice. >> at the montgomery county courthouse, for nine news now and wusa9.com. >>> well, they could still face trial in the district for the home invasions that he's accused of in northwest. and now take a really good look at your screen. if you recognize the young man right there, the county sheriff department, they want to hear from you. this is the surveillance video of the armed robbery that took place late wednesday night at the mini mark on james monroe highway. if you can help them arrest this person, you could be eligible for a $1,000 reward. >>> sky nine, they have been over the virginia area where police, they are searching for a man responsible for this mess on the road. and it all started when the fairfax county police officer tried to pull that man over and the suspects took off. two miles later, he lost control of his truck, filling debris all over the road
is playing left tackle. mason getting a break. michael oher playing left tackle. >> gerry: goes to the draw play and ray rice has room. he's to the 41 yard-line. 199 yards for the ravens in the first half. last year they averaged 176 passing yards per game. >> stan: that ball went right over left tackle. right over michael oher. >> gerry: cam cameron has told us he wants to see michael oher as a run blocker. he's very satisfied with his pass blocking technique and skill. flacco with the deep drop. great protection. >> stan: it was second and 3. you got a play run. the linebackers stepping up to play run. you have to turn your back to the line of scrimmage and get back deep into your zone and while you're doing that, your back is checking down the distance between and the back is exacerbated by the fact you have to be running backwards. >> gerry: michael oher two plays solid on the run and pass protection. flacco up top and he's got his man. derrick mason close to another 1st down at carolina 42. derrick mason suffering that separated sho
for michael's two oldest children. >>> 20-day retirement over and fans welcome derrick mason back with a standing ovation. linda so is with ravens fans this morning as we have our receiver back, linda. >> reporter: we sure do. we're here at the 7-eleven in carney near the ravens roost. the fans say this is just the pick me up they need. they are happy to have their wide receiver back. derrick mason. the 35-year-old was back on the field sunday for his first practice since announcing retirement three weeks ago. mason, two-time pro bowler said his family was the main reason he decided to retire. the death of former teammate steve mcnair also weighed heavily on his mind but after calls and visits from teammates and coaches mason made the decision to come back for another season. he says he's focused on trying to win a super bowl. this is the final year of mason's contract. the star receiver hasn't said what his plans are after that. only that he's concentrating on having a great season. we look forward to it. live for you in carney, linda so, abc2 news. >>> michael phelps closed the
. many of the events will be taking place at george mason university. >>> the fate of michael jackson's estate could be decided during a court hearing later today. >>> and american children could be at great risk for high blood pressure. >>> i'm maggie rodriguez. coming up we team with the discovery channel and separate the facts from the lies about sharks. >>> and the real deal on skin care product that promise to get rid of crows age and fine lines. we will reveal which really work. great claims service and a 97% customer satisfaction rate. show people really trust us. gecko: yeah right, that makes sense. boss: trust is key when talking about geico. you gotta feel it. why don't you and i practice that with a little exercise where i fall backwards and you catch me. gecko: uh no sir, honestly... uh...i don't think...uh... boss: no, no. we can do this. gecko: oh dear. vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >>> the wife of don young has died. lou young was 67. a spokesman for the alaska republican says don died at the great falls, virginia home the cause
this will be terribly effective. >> reporter: michael mcdonald a political science professor at journal mason university, says with pocketbook issues on people's minds abortion maybe down the list of concerns. >> they are not as interested in the social issues because the economy is trumping everything else. >> reporter: one group that welcomes the speeches are antiabortion groups who are supporting mcdonnell. >> for him to bring it up is good because he is in step with the public. >> she has been trying to frame him as a liberal and not the moderate he ran during the primary. >> he says i maybe considered moderate on guns but when it comes to the abortion issue i'm in line with the far left wing of the democratic party. >> reporter: in a statement to fox 5, he says that mcdonnell understands with a commonwealth unemployment rate at a 25 -- 25 year high they are rightly focused on the policies we need to create jobs and opportunity. you probably remember that deeds lost the race for attorney general four years ago. the day after he won the gubernatorial nomination. deeds said it was not raising enough m
" regulars. richard norton smith, scholar- in-residence at george mason university and presidential historian michael beschloss. he joins us from boston. it's good to have you both back. richard, what is it about the kennedy family? i mean, there are other families of great wealth, families that have been into politics, but this one was different. >> this one was different. it the pends on which kennedy family you're talking about, whether you're talking about the kennedys who are enormously important serious legislators, as was the case with senator kennedy, or if you're talking about the kennedys in the tabloids. if you think of the adams, or the tafts, or the bushes, how many books have been written about those families? how many books have been written about the kennedy in part we grew up with this family. joe kennedy was not above exploiting his children in the media. his son john famously when jackie was out of town had pictures taken of john-john under that desk. those... that's part of our growing up. and the history, too, our lives intersected. everyone remembers the cuban missile cr
political family are two of our "newsho" reulars. richard norton smith,cholar- in-residencat george mason university and psidential historian michael beschloss he joins us from boston. it's good to have you both ck. richard,hat is it about t kennedy famil i mean, there are otr familie of great wealth, families that have been into polics, but this e was different. >> th one was differe. it the pends o which kennedy famy you're talking about, whether youe talking about t nnedys who are enormously portant serious legislators, as was the case with senator kennedy, o if you're talking about the kennes in the tabloids. if you think of the adams, or the tts, or the bushes, how many booksave been written out those familie how many books haveeen written about the kennedy in part we grew up wh thisamily. joe kennedy was notabove explting his children in the media. hi son john famouslyhen jackie was t of town ha pictures taken of john-hn uner that dek. those... that's part of our gwing up. and th history, too, our lives intersected. everyone remembers the cuba missile cris. everyone rememr remembers
-tv 11. >> good to have derrick mason back. and more gold to michael phelps' trophy case. at the final day of the world swimming championships in rome michael swam the butterfly leg of the 400-meter medley relay. that helped give team u.s.a. a gold in the event, his fifth of this week. in all, the 14-time olympic gold medalist took home five golds and one silver in that controversial race that raised concerns over his opponent's swimsuit. >> i still say that's not fair. >> i think michael more than made up for that. >> 6:26. 69 degrees on tv hill. there's much more to come in the next half-hour of 11 news today. >> if you like to drive in baltimore county, a little too fast, you might want to consider slowing down. the county council is considering speed cameras. >> and as far as your morning commute, looking pretty good overall on the major roadways. we have a few accidents to watch for. >> and a clear scan on h.d. doppler this morning. so not the issue today, rain. but the sheet what you're probably going to be feeling. >> and it's a question that's been swirling ever since his death
with mickey and minnie. >> coming up in sports, we'll look at derrick mason and see if he managed to stay in shape during his brief rirme. plus michael phelps. someone angered him, and when yo >> the ravens said all the right things, kept their thoughts at a distance as far as derrick mason was concerned, but deep down they believed he would return. just give him space, and he'll come back. after 2 1/2 weeks, mason did just that showing up saturday saying he's ready to play football. mason will join later today and clearly he -- he will deliver his trademark decision giving newcomers something to think about. his defense is always a priority, and he has a unique reputation around the league. >> given the dunst to be around this defense as ever as i've been around baltimore, i know that this city, that's pretty much the -- what this city represents, when you go anywhere in the country, they ask you about the wire and the ravens' defense, so i'm part of them now. >> and no doubt happy to be part of the latter. half of that class wearing read. solo shot off hernandez. red sox up 1-0. aubri h
southeast of annapolis moving across the bay at easton, st. michael, we still have strong thunderstorms cutting across frederick into caroll county and into baltimore county and you folks in cecil county in the bull's eye of these thunderstorms skirting south of the mason dixon like. you can see the gray shade area in elkton. we have a flash-flood warning in effect until 7:00 for hard forcounty and a flash-flood warning in effect until 6:3030 in cecil county. this is going to be the beginning of a wet day. showers and thunderstorms, maybe a peek of sun. thunderstorms likely, 76 at lunch on its way to a high of 80. 74, still damp this evening. >>> the weather will affect your drive. something on the beltway. joy in for sharon. >>> run like the wind, we have issues all over the place. northwest outer loop, an accident. carrollcaroll county a tree down. too many to mention. high standing water off ramp to northern parkway. traffic light out falls road at swan road. downed wires at norman. harford flooding and shutting down route 7. looking at the left lane closure on the outer loop, volu
the ravens converted for the first down, michael oher pancaked renaldo wynn of the redskins, oher has now gone into the locker room for medical treatment. the ravens now facing a third and 3. flacco to throw, end zone, incomplete. wanted derrick mason a yard deep. d'angelo hall appeared to get a hand on it and breaks it up. so the opening drive of the season ends in frustration, where? in the red zone. >> stan: yes. this is just a quick timing pass, he's going to try to get it to him in that zone, in between zones, but defensive back made a great break on the football and got his hand on it. >> gerry: steven hauschka 1 for 2 last year, from 54. this one from 21 and it is good. so steven hauschka puts the ravens on the board first in the preseason. >> stan: you like those tap-ins to start, don't you. >> gerry: if you're a kicker you do. the ravens strike first with 6:15 to play. john harbaugh has his first lead to operate with. though i'm sure he was hoping to see a drive that was that impressive conclude with a touchdown. >> stan: it'
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